Brady looks to complete double
BRACKLEY Town boss Jon Brady will be looking for his side to complete the double over Bradford Park Avenue when they entertain the former Football League side on Saturday.
Saints returned to winning ways in East Manchester with a convincing 3-0 victory over Droylsden, their first win in five Blue Square Bet North outings. Tom Winters struck twice and the returning Jefferson Louis also scored for Saints.
Brady will be hoping to make it back-to-back victories at St James Park, and a double over the Yorkshire side who they beat 1-0 back in September, ahead of Tuesday’s rearranged trip to struggling Hinckley United.
“Bradford had a great result drawing with Chester but we need to beat them on Saturday to keep them out of the running for the play-offs,” said the Saints boss who was delighted to see Louis score on his return.
“The goals have dried up for us in recent games and I needed to freshen things up in attack. Jefferson is quick, mobile and a goal scorer.”
More on Saints in this week’s Banbury Guardian.
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